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SOU'WESTER 
1983 

Southwestern University 
Georgetown, Texas 



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Bill Jones 

"The Master Plan of Southwestern University," a 
document developed during the 1981-82 academic 
year and now in its final stages of completion, is 
designed to move the University toward "national 
maturity" during this decade and beyond. 

The plan was one of the first items on the agenda 
of President Roy Shilling after he arrived on campus 
in July 1981. Included in the master plan are major 
goals and objectives to be achieved in all areas of 
the University by the time Southwestern celebrates 
its 150th anniversary in 1990. 

Faculty, staff, students and administrators were in- 
volved in developing the master plan's program- 
matic section under the direction of the University 
Council, presided over by Shilling. The section on 
buildings and grounds was developed by the 
Houston architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings and 
Merrill during the spring and summer of 1982. 

The SU Board of Trustees heard frequent reports 
on the work of both groups and provided input 
from time to time, most recently during a series of 
trustee workshops held in June. 

The master plan calls for an institution that will have 
achieved a level of performance in every area of its 
life equivalent to that generally recognized on the 
national scene as appropriate for the very best in- 
stitutions of its kind: institutions committed to main- 
taining a strong liberal arts tradition, known for the 
high quality of their academic programs, and 
measuring themselves by the superior 
achievements of their graduates. 




Master plan 



More specifically, the master plan calls 
for a University with a minimum en- 
dowment of $80 to $100 million by 
1990. It will have a select student 
body of at least 1,250 who pursue an 
attractive but rigorous academic pro- 
gram responding to the needs of 
modern society. Library holdings 
should be more than twice the current 
number (135,000), and the library 
itself transformed into a total media 
center. 



The already excellent faculty should be fur- 
ther improved and faculty salaries raised to a 
level competitive with the nation's very best 
baccalaureate institutions. The average 
faculty teaching load should be reassessed 
in such a way as to maximize the possibility 
of intensifying the teaching process and of 
encouraging individual research. 



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sets goals 



Residence halls should be modernized and 
I the student development program oriented 
around the "whole person" concept. 

The physical plant and grounds section of 
the master plan calls for the University to 
raise and expend some $35 million during 
the next decade. It envisions a campus 
organized around a central pedestrian mall 
replacing the existing circular vehicular drive. 
The central axis of the circular mall will be the 



walkway from the Landrum Memorial Foun- 
tain to the Lois Perkins Chapel. 

Surrounding the circular mall will be the major 
complex of academic buildings. These will in- 
clude an expanded library building about 
twice its present size and a Fine Arts Center 
with a series of modifications including a 
small theatre. The present Jim West Gym- 
nasium will be transformed into an additional 
fine arts structure, 



probably housing sculpture and the plastic 
arts, with compensating physical education 
space being added to the present Sid W. 
Richardson Physical Education Center. 

The Bishops Memorial Union will be a 
substantially improved and enlarged struc- 
ture. The Cullen Building will become primari- 
ly an administrative, alumni and development 
building, and space has been allocated for 
new academic buildings and residence halls 
if needed. 

One of the most striking changes in campus 
appearance will be the rerouting of Maple 
Street somewhat to the west of its existing 
position immediately adjacent to the Cullen 
Building. It will run beside the railroad tracks 
and be lined with trees to present a new 
landscaping pattern for the west side of the 
campus. The Cullen Building and fraternity 
houses will then open onto a broad lawn 
rather than the street. 

Maple Street will curve back from the railroad 
to join the present circle drive behind the 
fraternity houses and continue behind Laura 
Kuykendall and Kurth Halls. 

Campus beautification, as outlined in the 
plan, will see the planting of trees and or- 
namental bushes in many parts of the cam- 
pus. Parking lots will be placed on the 
perimeter of the campus and behind major 
buildings, with landscaping to make them 
inconspicuous. 

The first priority in buildings and grounds will 
be raising some $7 million to renovate cam- 
pus residence halls. President Shilling and 
the Board of Trustees have already been 
working toward accomplishment of this goal 
and have raised some $6.25 million. It 
comes from the Houston Endowment Inc. 
($5million), the Mabee Foundation ($1 
million), and the Moody Foundation 
($250,000). 



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Art 








Not Pictured: Gus Farmer 



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Theatre and Speech 
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Not Pictured: Muriel Burress 



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Chemistry 




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Thomas H. Morgan 



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Economics and 
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Not Pictured: Eldred Speck 

Kenneth Roberts 
George Brightwell 






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Education 







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Sharon K. Johnson 




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Robert Lee 



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James L. Mallon 
Glada C. Munt 




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Foreign Language 



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Maria Carden 




Jennifer Candish 




Gregory Candell 




Colleen Burke 



Richard Burt 



Brian Burton 



Martha Byram 



Pamela Campbell 



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Kimberly Crenwelge 




Cindy Crouch 




Harriss Currie 




Brock Curry 





Tami Curtis 



Karen Dailey 



David Demers 



Michelle Dumais 



Susan Eason 



Susan Eastland 



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Ted Ellis 



Clay Setes 



John Evans 



Denise Everett 



Erin Fagan 




Marcus Fleming 




Laurie Fisher 




David Fisher 




Cathie Fisher 




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Debra Flummer 




Rebecca Fortnum 






Janiece Gray 




Tracee Haynes 





David Holland 




Elizabeth Hoke 




Susan Hilgeman 




Steve Heyduck 




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Shawn Holliman 




Michael Hohnslein 




Susan Hook 




Rhonda Hopkins 




Janice Houy 



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Randall Howell 



Thomas Hudspeth 



Kirsten Huffman 



Rita Halphen 



Pam Hurley 



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Mary Juarez 



Liz Justice 



Karen Kantralis 



Paul Karstendick 



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Thomas Kemper 



Kianoush Kian 



Kelly King 



Brian Kinkade 



Linda Kleihege 




Karla Koch 




Kathie Kuebel 




Stefanie Knutson 




Beth Klein 




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Kenneth Lieck 





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Kevin Lungwitz 




Cindy Lund 




Amye Lilljedahl 



Dan Lipscomb 



Erin Little 



Delma Lopez 



Sara Ludvig 



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Nancy McQuistion 





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Laura Merrill 



Julie Meyer 



Michael Middleton 



Amy Miller 




Mike Moore 




Tres Morris 




Elizabeth Morse 




Earl Moseley, Jr. 





Scarlett Moss 



Denise Mugford 



Marianne Mulloy 



Timothy Murray Scott Neal 



Jennifer Nelson 



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Tony Palagonia 




Ray Page 




Rikki Orson 




Patrick Opoku 





Jeffrey Peek 



Jennifer Peel 



Mary Pitman 



Kenneth Pool 



Margaret Puskarid 



Mitzie Pyle 



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Rosemarie Shoemaker 




Carol Shiller 




Genie Sells 




Nancy Seller 




Mary Sanders 



Robert Schley 



Wanda Scheler 



Charles Schneider 



Debra Schroeder 



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Blythe Shultz 




Carmen Shultz 




Jackie Siders 







Michelle Simons 









Bert Sissom 



Alison Smith 



April Smith 



Joy Smith 



Samuel Smith 



Sandra Smith 



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Steven Smith 



Paul Solomon 



Christopher Speier 



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Laura Lee Sprinkle 




Stephanie Stephens 




Dwayne Stevens 





Carlene Starr 



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Susan Stevens 




Julie Stripling 




Tom Strother 




Erica Swords 





Frederic Taggart 



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Donna Taylor 



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Deborah Walther 



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Jeffrey Wang 



Elaine Warmink 



Lisa Warren 



James Weatherford 



Eleanor Weiss 



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Elaine Williams 




Dori Wiles 




Colleen Whitmore 




Daniel Whiteaker 




Harry Weitzel 



Laura Wettstein 



Karen Wheeler 



Kevin White 



Sandia Whitlow 



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Robert Wilson 



Lori Wingfield 



Bruce Winters 



David Witchler 



Lena Wood 



Jeff Wright 



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James Zwiener 




Patricia Zody 




Marci Zink 




Eddie Zimmerman 




Laura Yaple 



Nancy Yerkes 



Paul Young 



Kerry Zastoupil 



Robert Zearfoss 



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Union program council 




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SPEAKERS: 

1. JAMES PEACOCK 

2. DELL HUMES 

3. ROGER ABRAHAMS 

4. BARBARA MYERHOFF 




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1983 



Texas A&M 

Mary-Hardin Baylor 

Texas Wesleyan College 

Rice 

UTSA 

Angele State 

East Texas State 

TCU 

Howard Payne 

UTSA 

Hardin-Simmons 

TWU 

NTSU 

St. Edward's 

Texas A&l 

ACU 

Sam Houston 

Texas Lutheran 

Texas Wesleyan 

Tarleton State 

Paul Ouinn 

TWU 

TCU 

St. Edward's 

UTA 

Hardin-Simmons 

TCU 

Texas Lutheran 

Howard Payne 

ACU 

Mary-Hardin Baylor 

Howard Payne 

St. Mary's 



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120 




sketball 




121 



Volleyball 





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1983 



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SWTSU 
SWTSU 


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Midwestern 
Midwestern 


4 



Texas A&M 
Texas A&M 


1 



Baylor 
Baylor 


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14 


N.E. Missouri 
N.E. Missouri 


6 
10 


Trinity 
Trinity 


1 


St. Mary's 


8 

4 


N.E. Missouri 
N. E. Missouri 


9 
8 


Concordia 
Concordia 


1 
2 


TCU 
TCU 


4 

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Sam Houston 
Sam Houston 


3 
8 


Mankato St. 
Mankato St. 


4 


St. Edward's 


12 
14 


Wartburg 
Wartburg 


11 
4 


Bueno Vista 
Bueno Vista 


18 
14 


Austin College 
Austin College 


14 
16 


Austin College 
Austin College 


6 
5 


SWTSU 
SWTSU 


2 

1 


Trinity 
Trinity 





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12 

12 
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5 

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Southwestern 

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St. Edward's 
St. Edward's 

Concordia 
Concordia 



124 



Baseball 




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Men's Intramurals 



Fall Softball 
Classic 



Dukes Team 
Phi Delta Theta I 
Average White 
Kappa Alpha 



Chipping Contest 



Mike Matzinger 
Don Heins 
Steve Smith 



1 Bob Radford 

2 Steve Smith 

3 Luke Doyle 



Putting Contest 



Tennis 



Singles: 

1 Dan Hilliard 

2 Paul Malson 

Doubles: 

1 Hunter/Soloman 

2 Hilliard/Sheldon 



7-0 
6-1 
5-2 
4-3 



Ind. 
Fac. 
Ind. 



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Fac. 
Salamis 



Salamis 
Fac. 




Sharpshooters 
Kappa Alpha 
Pi Kappa Alpha 



Soccer 



6-1 

5-1-1 

4-2-1 



1st Phi Delta Theta 

2nd Gigolos 

3rd Pi Kappa Alpha 



Swimming 



97 pts. 
89 pts. 
83 pts. 



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OTAS 

Phi Delta Theta I 

Phi Delta Theta II 



Phi Delta Theta 
OTAS II 



1st Dan Richards 
2nd Hix Hardy 
3rd Mike English 



Flickerball 



Volleyball 



SU 5000 



6-0 
5-1 
4-2 



8-0 

7-1 



PDT 

AWT 

OTAS 




Kassen Cage Classic 






Div. I 




Ebony & Ivory 
Phi Delta Theta I 




4-0 
3-2 


Kappa Alpha I 
Pi Kappa Alpha I 


Div. II 


1-2 
1-2 


Salamis 




8-1 


Phi Delta Theta II 




3-2 


Crazy 8's 

Average White Team 


2-2 
2-2 



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Bowling 




1st Faculty 




6583 


2nd Phi Delta Theta 




6357 


3rd Kappa Alpha 




6022 




Basketball 




Phi Delta Theta 




6-0 


OTAS II 




5-1 


Kappa Alpha I 




5-1 


Pi Kappa Alpha I 




4-2 




Ultimate Frisbee 




Kappa Alpha I 




3-0 


Pi Kappa Alpha I 




2-1 


Phi Delta Theta I 




2-1 


Pi Kappa Alpha II 


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Singles: 
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Doubles: 
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Frank Pelosi PDT 
Keith Crosslin IND 



Pelosi/Flanigin PDT 
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Ping Pong, 




Pool, 




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1st 


Pi Kappa Alpha 


2nd 


Phi Delta Theta 


3rd 


Kappa Alpha 


4th 


OTAS 





1st 
2nd 
3rd 



Track 

Phi Delta Theta 

Pi Kappa Alpha 

Otas 



129 



Women's Intramurals 



1st 
2nd 



Overall 



Lefty's Leftovers 
Alpha Gyma Jocks 




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Track and Field 


400 meter relay 


Boyer, Mcleod, Caviel, Havelka 


800 meter relay 


Boyer, Mcleod, Vick, Caviel 


400 meter run 


Brenda Vick 


100 meter dash 


Kim McCullough 


800 meter dash 


Kaye King 


200 meter dash 


Beth Boyer 


50 meter dash 


Lisa Caviel 


High jump 


Lisa Caviel 


Long jump 


Beth Boyer 


Softball throw 


Sherri Reynolds 


3 Legged Race 


Greer/Smith 



Kaye King 



SU 5000 



22:04.73 



130 




1st 
2nd 



Soccer 

Tri Delts 
Lefty's Leftovers 





Volleyball 


1st 
2nd 


Alpha Gyma Jocka 
Lefty's Leftovers 




Bowling 


1st 
2nd 


Tri Delts 
Lefty's Leftovers 



1st 
2nd 


Basketball 

Lefty's Leftovers 
Delta Zeta 




1st 


Softball 
Alpha Gyma Jocka 




1st 
2nd 


Flickerball 

Lefty's Leftovers 
Delta Zeta 



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Badminton 



Singles: 

1st Allen 

2nd Munt 

3rd Havelka 

Doubles: 

1st Michelle A./Michelle B. 

2nd Janet H./Nancy S. 

3rd Carol F./Carol S. 



Lefty's Leftovers 

Lefty's Leftovers 

Alpha Gyma Jocka 



Ping Pong 




Singles: 

1st Leslie Parke 

2nd Amy Kane 

3rd Michelle Allen 

Doubles: 

1st Margie R./Sheree R. 

2nd Michelle A./Michelle B. 

3rd Amy K./Catherine S. 



Zeta + 

Tri Delts 
Lefty's Leftovers 



Pool 



Singles: 

1st Mindy Lacky 

2nd Kim Dykes 

3rd Paz del Rosario 

Doubles: 

1st Michelle A./Michelle B. 

2nd Carlene S./Meg Oliver 

3rd Beth G./Kim C. 



Alpha Gyma Jocka 

Delta Zeta 

Lefty's Leftovers 



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Alison E. Ader 
San Antonio 



Paul T. Barton 
Dallas 



136 



Laura Bennett 
Marshall 



Ana Bailey 
Killeen 



Mary D. Ballou 
Rockport 




Mark S. Beatty 
Dallas 



Tammy J. Benedict 
Grapevine 




Carol A. Benziger 
Georgetown 



Beverly Ann Berkey 
Houston 




Pam Lyn Blaha 

Jarrell 



Elizabeth Ann Boyer 
Austin 



Thomas 0. Brunnett 
Travis 




Mary C. Chapman 
Waco 



Jeanne Ellen Clifford 
Georgetown 



Dennis D. Conder 
Killeen 



137 




Kathleen M. Cowan 
Midland 



Carolyn Croom 
Houston 



Christopher E. Cragg 
Georgetown 



Linda Crow 
Midland 



138 



Thomas J. Curtis 
Georgetown 



Ruth E. Day 
Georgetown 



Lauren E. Cragg 
Georgetown 




Stephen J. Culver 
Killeen 




Debra Decatur 
Allen 




Robert E. DeLair 
McAllen 



Michael S. English 
Grand Prairie 



Mary K. Gelber 
Bryan 



Virginia M. Del Rosario 
Dallas 



Luis Escalante, Jr. 
Austin 



Qi Guan 
Georgetown 



Carol E. Deschner 
Corpus Christi 




Tyler R. Fletcher 
Salado 




Maurya Beth Hajda 
Granger 



139 




Robyn T. Hall 
Pasadena 



R. Brent Hardaway 
Dallas 



Kevin T. Hedges 
Georgetown 



Nancy L. Hetlin 
Georgetown 



140 



Laura K. Hinson 
Graham 



Leigh-Anne Horton 
Dallas 



Janet M. Havelka 
Georgetown 




Jana L. Hegar 
Katy 




David K. Husbands 
Sulphur Springs, Colo. 




Stephen D. Ingram 
Sulphur Springs 



Sheldon R. Johnson 
Elgin 



Martha L. Isbell 
Austin 




Alan J. Katzen 
Beaumont 



Julie C. Jansen 
Georgetown 



Susan M. Kirkpatrick 
Midland 



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Linda E. Kofman 
Houston 



Martha W. Lantz 
Rockdale 



Steven B. Leggett 
Mercedes 



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M. Keith Lowery 
Mesquite 



Shari J. McConville 
Austin 



Randy R. Martin 
Midland 



Beth Anne McKay 

Amarillo 





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Bruce M. McCaskill 
Houston 




Ester S. McKay 
Amarillo 




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Kathleen J. Meagher 
Harker Heights 



Jon Kevin Middleton 
Austin 



Robin Rae Moye 
Beaumont 




Sylvia M. Nannini 
Lubbock 



Esther M. Navarro 
Juarez, Mexico 



Debra G. Nedbalek 
Somerville 




Diana G. Nelson 
Midland 



Katrina K. Parker 
Corsicana 



L. Lynn Parr 
Georgetown 




Kendall Parrish 
San Antonio 



Susan D. Pate 
Houston 



Bill C. Peek 
Midland 



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Gretchen Peterson 
Georgetown 



Patricia A. Raeke 
Cost 



144 



Holly Y. Reed 
Georgetown 



Creighton C. Pollex 
Houston 



Allan W. Rainwater 
Dallas 



John Scott Reinthaler 
Round Rock 



Kathy S. Posey 
Channelview 




Cary A. Ray 
Alice 




Bruce J. Reynolds 
League City 




Dan Richards 
Lake Jackson 



Henry H. Robinson 
Port Lavaca 



Cynthia Jane Roth 
Georgetown 



Kini Ridout 
Houston 



Marie D. Rodriguez 
San Antonio 



Lynette Saterfield 
Georgetown 



Tracy J. Risinger 
San Antonio 




Paul K. Ross 
Johnson City 




Cherl L. Sehlke 
West 



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James A. Shepperd 
Marble Falls 



Laura Lynn Sherman 
Corpus Christi 



Sheryl Lee Simmons 
Georgetown 




James M. Simonson 
Georgetown 



Randall L. Smith 
Houston 



Nancy Jean Smotherman 
Georgetown 



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Keith G. Spencer 
League City 



Carol Stantord 
Canton 



Iris Stanley 
Georgetown 




Amy Lee Tatum 
Seguin 



Scott L. Thumma 
Georgetown 



Kam M. Turngren 
Georgetown 



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Pete Valamides 
Arlington 



Luis A. Vallejo 
Florence 



Deborah A. Vardiman 
West 




Sunday Walzel 
Houston 



John E. Warren 
Houston 



Susan Kay Wiemers 
San Antonio 



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Cheryl L. Wilkinson 
Georgetown 






Amanda Jane Williams 






Victoria 








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Lisa Jean Wyatt 
Ft. Worth 




Karen Lynn Yarberry 
Houston 



Charles W. Young 
Houston 



James R. Zalles 
Dallas 



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The editors would like to thank the following people without whom this book would not exist today: 

MARTY CURTIS 

TOM BUCKNER 

JIM WOODRUFF 

FAYE HUBBARD 

REGINE REYNOLDS-CORNELL 

TED LUCAS 

NORMA SHAW 

SHIRLEY MILLER 

BILL SWIFT 

DON HEINS 

BEN SHERMAN 

JIM BICKFORD 

LEE CHRISTEE 

MARK GRAVES 

CARY RAY 

CARLENE STARR 

KEN LEICK 

AND 

VIRGINIA HARDY 

Our special thanks go to ED BRIGGS and JIM ANDERSON of Taylor Publishing Company. Do them and yourselves a 
favor and write the congressman of your choice about the creation of a journalism department at a certain university. 



Most of all, thanks to LISA, NORA, BURNS, BYRAM, and BILL for the last 48 pages. Was it unbelievable? SURE. 



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